Joe Biden is frantic after Republicans sounded the alarm over this major Chinese threat

Joe Biden is the weakest President since Jimmy Carter.

America’s enemies are looking to capitalize.

And Joe Biden is frantic after Republicans sounded the alarm over this major Chinese threat.

The kid glove treatment is back for China under President Joe Biden, reversing former President Donald Trump’s tough, but effective, policies against the communist regime.

After President Biden’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan in which numerous American lives were lost without a care in the world from the President, his weakness was exposed to the world.

China is now stepping up its aggression, looking to take advantage of the opportunity a feeble Biden regime presents – especially as America continues to dump tens of billions of dollars into Biden’s proxy war with Russia in Ukraine.

At the same time, Chinese companies with deep ties to the Chinese commuinist government have been quietly buying up land all over America.

In North Dakota, the Chinese company Fufeng Group, whose top executives have extensive, well-known ties to the communist government, bought 300 acres of farmland to set up a new milling plant.

But suspiciously, that 300 acres of farmland is just 20 minutes away from Grand Forks Air Force Base.

Such proximity to any military base obviously raises massive national security concerns, but this situation is even more dire, as Grand Forks is home to a major Air Force communications center that serves as “the backbone of all U.S. military communications across the globe.”

China could easily use the farmland to conduct a surveillance operation against a critical component of America’s national security – not to mention the potential for sabotage.

The purchase is rightly raising major concerns over the national security implications of the Chinese having unfettered access to purchase American properties.

As such, 51 Republican Congressmen, led by Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL), are sounding the alarm in a letter to three Biden regime secretaries.

The letter to Biden Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said the Fufeng Group’s purchase is an “alarming development” for America’s national security.

“According to the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission, the Grand Forks Air Force Base has exceptional intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities, making the recently purchased land the ideal location to closely monitor and intercept military activity,” the Republican lawmakers wrote.

Grand Forks Air Force Base is also home to some of the country’s top drone technology, including the E/RQ-4B Global Hawk unmanned surveillance aircraft.

“The presence of a CCP-affiliated corporation near a military installation potentially undermines the integrity of our high-capability military bases, jeopardizing our strategic interests,” the Republican Congressmen warned.

Additionally, the Republicans warned that Fufeng Group “will have potential advantageous opportunities to perpetrate espionage, including actions and activities carried out under commercial cover or auspices.”

The purchase by the Fufeng Group could just be the beginning of America’s enemies using commercial purchases near military bases as part of an espionage scheme, according the Republican Congressmen.

The Biden regime secretaries were asked to “take effective action in addressing the potential national security risks that appear to arise” from the Chinese company’s purchase.

This is the latest suspicious move by a Chinese company to acquire land near a major military installation.

Texas officials previously stopped a Chinese billionaire, who served in China’s military, from purchasing 130,000 acres near Laughlin Air Force Base for a supposed wind farm.

Joe Biden’s weak leadership is emboldening the Chinese, and all of America’s enemies, to quietly grow their power right under his nose.

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